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  1. Humanistic psychology: A source book
  2. Humanistic psychology: A Christian interpretation by John A Hammes, 1971
  3. The Growth Hypothesis in Psychology: The Humanistic Psychology of Abraham Maslow and Carl Rogers by Roy Jose Decarvalho, 1991-07
  4. Managing Anxiety: The Power of Knowing Who You are (Spectrum series in humanistic psychology) by Peter Koestenbaum, 1974-11
  5. Humanistic behaviorism and social psychology by Richard W Malott, 1974
  6. Plato on man: A summary and critique of his psychology with special reference to pre-Platonic, Freudian, behavioristic, and humanistic psychology by Athenagoras N Zakopoulos, 1975
  7. An Answer to Humanistic Psychology by Nelson E. Hinman, 1980
  8. Humanistic Psychology and the Research Tradition: Their Several Virtues by Irvin L. Child, 1973-01
  9. Self-Esteem and Meaning: A Life-Historical Investigation (Suny Series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology) by Michael R. Jackson, 1984-11
  10. Psychology of Health Care: A Humanistic Perspective by Jane E. Chapman, 1983-02
  11. Experiencing: A Humanistic Theory of Psychology and Psychiatry by Ph.D. Alvin R. Mahrer, 1989-01-01
  12. The Concept of Personality in Sri Aurobindo's Integral Yoga Psychology and A. Maslow's Humanistic/Transpersonal Psychology by Joseph Vrinte, 1995-09
  13. The Theory of Symbolic Transformations: A Humanistic Scientific Psychology by Louis Carini, 1983-06
  14. A Humanistic Psychology of Education: Making the School Everybody's House by Richard A. Schmuck, 1974-06

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Transpersonal psychology in part grew out of humanistic psychology. humanistic psychology focuses more on the ego and existential levels.
  • Humanistic psychology's perspectives are similar to transpersonal models:
    actualizing potential of the individual
    moving toward wholeness
    healer is within
    fluid and changing nature of self (Buddhism)
    power of direct experiencing
    health is more than absence of illness
  • Transpersonal psychology in part grew out of humanistic psychology. Maslow and Sutich were founders of both fields. Both psychologies are growth oriented and more concerned with health, optimal functioning, and the whole person.
  • However, humanistic models can deny the transpersonal dimension. Humanism developed as a reaction to religion and its limitation of free will. Humanistic psychology focuses more on the ego and existential levels. From a transpersonal perspective these levels can potentially obstruct transpersonal realization.
  • Maslow is known for his earlier model of the hierarchy of needs: survival, safety, love and belonging, self-esteem, self-actualization. Later in his life he revised this model to include yet a "higher" need, that of self-transcendence. This was more of a plateau state than a peak experience, and was characterized by a more sustained consciousness, and by more serenity and relaxation than peak experience. This state was commonly triggered by an experience of death (death of significant other, serious illness or injury, etc.) which paradoxically was a threat to first level, survival needs. (Death as a trigger or access point to the transpersonal is also part of Stanislav Grof's model which we will explore later.) Individuals who experienced this plateau state of self-transcendence are individuals whose lower-level needs had been met. Another way we can say this is that they had sufficient ego development or ego strength to tolerate the threat of an encounter with death.
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      The content of psychology (Greek: "knowledge about soul life" ) and psychiatry (Greek: "knowledge about diseases of the soul" ) as such has been known as a knowledge field since Antiquity, yet still not as autonomous academic subjects. At that time, subjects concerning the human soul belonged to theology and philosophy, while subjects concerning human physics belonged to medicine and science.
      As a result of a row of cultural and idea historic factors in Central Europe; and especially in Austria, Germany, and France, modern psychology developed as a separate and self-defined academic area, app. a hundred years ago. When humanistic psychology was taking form - as an independent school within psychological science - in the late 1950's, it explained itself as being

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    Psychology Areas Cognition Development Disorder Emotion ... Social Approaches Behavioral Biological Cognitive Evolutionary Humanistic Psychodynamic Humanistic psychology emerged in the in reaction to both behaviorism and psychoanalysis . It is concerned with the subjective experience of human beings, and views using quantitative methods in the study of the human mind and behaviour as misguided. This is in direct contrast to cognitivism (which aims to apply the scientific method to the study of psychology), an approach of which humanistic psychology has been strongly critical. Instead, the discipline stresses a phenomenological view of human experience, seeking to understand human beings and their behavior by conducting qualitative research The humanistic approach has its roots in existentialist thought (see Kierkegaard Nietzsche Heidegger , and Sartre ). The founding theorists behind this school of thought are Abraham Maslow , who presented a " hierarchy of needs Carl Rogers , who created and developed ' Person centred psychotherapy ' and Fritz and Laura Perls who helped create and develop Gestalt therapy . Gestalt psychologists claim to consider behaviour holistically Karl Popper have presented forceful arguments against the proposition that entities can be apprehended as wholes.

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    Humanistic Psychology: Branch of psychology that distinguishes humans from every other creature through the invention of murky metaphors that are exclusively applied to human behavior. Thus metaphors like higher consciousness, self-hood, self-actualization and intrinsic motivation are uniquely applied to humans because we can say so, thus reaffirming the eternal truth that saying is believing. Back to Dr. Mezmer's Dictionary of Bad Psychology
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    70. Gestalt Therapy And Humanistic Psychology By Sheldon Litt, Ph.D.
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    Sheldon Litt, an American psychologist, received his Ph.D. at the New School for Social Research in New York, and has had clinical training with Fritz Perls and others at the New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy. He has held many academic honours, including a National Science Fellowship and a National Teaching Fellowship. He was Asst. Professor in the USA before being invited to teach at the universities of Uppsala and Stockholm, Sweden. For the past 25 years he has trained professionals in modern methods of psychotherapy, teaching at many universities and clinics in northern Europe.

    71. The Private Sea - Chapter 11
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    It is said that Freud had an almost pathologic fear of metaphysics. According to Jung, Freud was appalled by the "occult" implications he encountered in his exploration of the human psyche. Probing ever deeper into the mysteries of the unconscious region, he heard whispers perhaps from that unseen world William James talked about—and they frightened him.
    Psychology has finally started to consider this possibility, urged on in part by psychedelic evidence. In a pioneering study, humanistic psychologist Abraham H. Maslow proposed that his fellow psychologists move Toward a Psychology of Being , and Maslow's unorthodox theories have recently inspired something of a Freud is Dead movement. The development is comparable in many ways to the radical upheaval in theology, and Maslow might well be described as the Bonhoeffer or Robinson of psychology.
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    J. Milton. San Francisco, CA: Encounter Books, 2002, 326 pages. Chapter 1 ( The Rise of Relativism ) begins with a discussion of “Abe” Maslow, who was influenced by the cultural relativism of Franz Boas, Ruth Benedict, and Margaret Mead. Included are biographical details about Benedict’s insecurity and depression, Mead’s eccentric attire and histrionic traits, and the changing sexual preferences of both. According to the author, Benedict was “attracted to students who were in some sense spiritual ‘deviants’ like herself.” Mead’s

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